SALISBURY, Md - The James M. Bennett Clippers finished 7-4 last season, and were awarded their first home playoff game in 25 years.
Head coach Glenn 'Hoot' Gibson and his squad say they are no longer impressed with getting into the playoffs, but want to take things to another level. Bennett returns all-conference KR/PR Jahryn Long, first-team safety Braden Glushakow, and RB Saquan Cotton to a roster already loaded with playoff experience.
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